Anonymous is back in the headlines again after reportedly hacking GTBank and crediting its customers N5,000.
Customers of the bank made the disclosure on the Twitter platform.
Recall that DSTV and GOTV were allegedly hacked yesterday by the same group which made all paid channels free without subscription.
Earlier this morning, it was gathered that Anonymous distributed #1000 airtime after hacking Airtel regarding the #EndSARs protest.
See tweets below;
Anonymous has hacked the DSTV and GOTV channels in Nigeria.
Currently, both handles are showing all channels for free across the country.
Jungle Journalist Media Limited has confirmed this as editors have tested and found that its working for free.
More details to follow.
In addition to the government owned websites it had pulled off the radar, notorious hacker Anonymous has yanked off the websites of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), the Lagos State Government and National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
Anonymous accused them of corruption in its announcement tweets.
More details to follow.
Anonymous, an online network known for launching cyber-attacks against government institutions, has claimed responsibility for bringing down the website of the Central Bank of Nigeria.
The PUNCH reports that the move was taken in solidarity with the #EndSARS protesters.
According to the report, Anonymous retweeted a tweet by one of its affiliates, @loriansynaro, which read in part, “#Anonymous #OpNigeria #EndSARS #EndSarsNow. The Nigerian central bank website has been taken #Offline. https://cbn.gov.ng | TANGO DOWN.”
The website of Nigeria’s apex bank on Friday night displayed the message, “500 – Internal server error. There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.”
The Spokesman for the CBN, Isaac Okoroafor, could not be reached for comment on Friday as he did not respond to repeated calls.
Earlier, Anonymous had hacked the Twitter accounts of several government agencies including the National Broadcasting Commission which has in recent time been criticised for its highhandedness and stiff media regulations through its Broadcast Code which increased the fine for hate speech to N5 million.
The #EndSARS protests have been taking place across major cities in the country with youths demanding an end to police brutality and killings.
Major highways across the country have been blocked thereby grounding economic activities.